Warriors down to No. 3, SandBows to No. 5


BYU leapfrogs into No. 2 with Hawaii down a spot to No. 3.
Long Beach State remains unanimous No. 1. UCLA up a spot to No. 4. UCIrvine drops 2 to No. 5

6-9 stay the same. Penn State (8-3 in the OUtrigger) drops out of the poll after being No. 11 last week. Nittany Lions with enough points to put them at 16th.

As for Beach, last week’s results juggled some things among the Top 5
Pepperdine stays at No. 1, UCLA 2, SC 3, Florida State 4, Hawaii from 3 to 5.

no weekly honors for men’s vb (beach comes out on Tuesday)
Matautia nominated for POW, Worsley for DPOW


  1. Bleachercoach March 12, 2018 4:54 pm

    Those current 5 top 5 ranked teams could beat each other on any given week. Look out for #6 Cal Poly and #8 Long Beach St.
    The 3 Big West teams are in the top “8” teams in the NCAA Beach Rankings! ( more than Pac12-East Coast teams)
    I think the Hawaii vs Cal Poly vs LBSU will be very tough ones. Cal Poly is really trying to make a statement as they did in indoor this past year. They probably got the most decorated Canadian player, a Freshman, on their squad. I am very happy the BW Tournament is held here this year. Lets Go Bows!

  2. warriorball fan March 12, 2018 8:08 pm

    Off the Block/Molten National Outside Attacker of the Week: Austin Matautia, Hawai’i
    Matautia led all players at the Outrigger Invitational with a combined 12 aces during the three-match non-conference tournament. He also double-digit kills in two tournament matches, including 10 kills on a .400 attack percentage in a sweep against No. 8/8 Lewis on Thursday, as Hawai’i finished its home event in second place.

  3. setaone March 13, 2018 5:31 am

    I have to admit to being partial to Austin, so what else does he need to do to win a Big West Weekly award?

  4. Cindy Luis March 13, 2018 2:42 pm

    new thread up.
    3. well maybe if UH had won the match.

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